The next group of the router’s settings is called Status. It is a set of pages with information about the router’s operation: system log, security log, WAN connection statistics, information about addresses leased by the DHCP server, etc.
The System Tools group is the last one. It contains service settings of the router itself and includes only one subgroup, Tools, which consists of three pages. The Configuration Tools page allows working with the router’s settings file.
The names of the Firmware Upgrade and Reset pages are self-explanatory.
Now it’s clear that the BR-6504n is a basic model of a router and offers just the bare minimum of functionality you can expect from a home device. The available functions are reflected in the settings comprehensively, though. The disappearing routing table is the only serious drawback.